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Hotel is at a good location, surrounded by restaurants and souvenir shops all at a walking distance. It is a very old and classic hotel but refurbished in many ways.
You will have to walk up and down a hill to get to the hotel...More
The hotel was one of the earliest western style ones in Japan, going back to the beginning of the last century. The location is perfect, just next to the sacred bridge.
The food is also good, French style, although a little bit over prized. As...More
Stayed 2 nights as part of a group booking. Our room was in the annex, no elevator, but just up one floor to a spacious, cosy and quiet room with a view over the garden. Dinner on both nights was very good, beautifully served by...More
Stayed in this hotel for 2 nights
Its an antigue very well preserved and maintaind hotel.
Feals like your on a vacation 100 years ago.
The breakfast is good and served as if you are royalty
Rooms are very big and beatifull.
Big and comfortable...More
This is a classic hotel from the 1930s but has a great location near the entrance to the Nikko World Heritage Area. The set menu dinner of six courses European menu silver service is special. The food is well prepared and elegantly served.
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the... More
I am not aware of tours from Nikko, only from Tokyo. You can go by train from Nikko Tobu station to Ashikaga gardens. It takes about 1.40h; about 1 train per h. Tobu station is the first station when you go down from the hotel; the other is JR station. Hope this is of help. Kind regards, Paul